Member of the Life Esidimeni Family Committee, Christine Nxumalo vents about the families frustration with "arrogant MEC".
Award-winning journalist and political commentator, Stephen Grootes is host of the Midday Report and senior political journalist for EWN.
He is also a regular contributor to Daily Maverick, is very active on Twitter and has published a book, S.A. Politics Unspun which offers a roadmap to guide the reader through South Africa’s complex political landscape.
Stephen has an insider’s understanding of South Africa’s political environment and has built personal relationships with all the major role players. The thorn in the side of many politicians, Stephen nonetheless manages to get answers to the big questions.
His insights into our current political environment are fascinating as is his ability to offer a glimpse into where he believes South Africa is heading.
Stephen has been at Eyewitness News for almost ten years, prior to which he worked in radio news in London, and was the editor of the Asian community’s Sunrise Radio. He has also appeared on TV, including Justice Factor. Stephen took over the Midday Report in September 2012.
Follow Stephen on Twitter @StephenGrootes
The producer for the Midday report is Omogolo Taunyane - email Omogolot [at] primedia.co.za
Karima Brown says if they don't appear, this will raise more questions and they could be subpoenaed.
Editor-in-Chief Katy Katopodis confirmed that the former Zim Finance Minister is in the line-up of speakers.
The DA held its provincial congress at the weekend, where Moodey was up against Ghaleb Cachalia.
Millions tuned for the Zimbabwean president's 'resignation' speech on Sunday night and instead called for unity in Zanu-PF.
President Jacob Zuma opened the One Stop Shop in Durban at the weekend.
Karima Brown analyses allegations that State Security Minister Bongani Bongo has been accused of offering a bribe.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has reportedly joined the military as part of a pool of specialists who help with auditing queries.
Over the years, the Buskuid Soweto String Ensemble and Project has grown and has provided expert tuition to more than 125 youths in Diepkloof.